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SLHour: Healing After Divorce and Sounds of Prayer

May 13, 2017
How do we begin healing after divorce? This week we speak with Lisa Duffy, author of the Catholic Guide to Dating After Divorce. On Connect5, Sebastian Gomes speaks with Vatican commentator, John Thavis about Amoris Laetitia, Gillian Kantor learns something new from her kids and we meet Sounds of Prayer composer Galloway Hiatt.
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Watch Sebastian Gomes' conversation with John Thavis on Connect5.
Watch Deacon Pedro's conversation with Lisa Duffy and Fr. Robert Foliot, SJ, from the Weekly Edition of Perspectives from February 24, 2012:
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